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In a significant move towards safeguarding property buyers and regulating the real estate sector, Telangana Chief Minister A Revanth Reddy has emphasized the strict enforcement of the Telangana Real Estate Regulatory Authority (TGRERA) provisions. The recently constituted Telangana Real Estate Appellate Tribunal, led by chairperson Justice A Rajashekar Reddy along with members Palle Pradeep Kumar Reddy and Chitra Ramchandran, met with the Chief Minister to discuss the implementation of the Real Estate (Regulation and Development) Act, 2016 (RERA Act).

Addressing Past Failures: A New Era of Accountability

During the meeting, Chief Minister Revanth Reddy expressed his concerns over the previous administration’s neglect in establishing the tribunal, despite it being mandated by the RERA Act since its passage in 2016. This lapse had left property buyers vulnerable to deceptive practices by developers who failed to deliver on promises made during property transactions. Notably, several citizens had taken legal recourse by approaching the High Court to address the previous government’s inaction.

Setting the Stage: Establishment of the Appellate Tribunal

Following the Congress party’s ascension to power in December 2023, the state government moved swiftly to establish Telangana’s inaugural appellate tribunal. This tribunal, a crucial component of the RERA framework, aims to ensure transparency, accountability, and protection for property buyers across the state. Under the Real Estate (Regulation & Development) Act, the Telangana government had earlier notified the Telangana Real Estate (Regulation & Development) Rules in 2017, laying the groundwork for sectoral regulation and promotion.

Upholding Consumer Rights: The Role of TGRERA

Telangana’s commitment to implementing RERA Act through TGRERA underscores its dedication to safeguarding consumer interests in real estate transactions. The tribunal’s establishment signals a new era of stringent oversight, where developers must adhere to regulatory norms, disclose project details transparently, and deliver projects within stipulated timelines. By holding developers accountable for their commitments, TGRERA aims to restore buyer confidence and curb fraudulent practices in the real estate market.

Future Prospects: Towards a Fair and Transparent Real Estate Sector

Looking ahead, the Telangana Real Estate Appellate Tribunal, with its experienced members and strong mandate, is poised to play a pivotal role in resolving disputes swiftly and fairly. Property buyers can now approach the tribunal for grievances related to project delays, misleading advertisements, or any other violations of the RERA Act. This proactive approach not only protects consumer rights but also fosters a conducive environment for sustainable growth and development in the real estate sector.


Telangana’s establishment of the Real Estate Appellate Tribunal marks a significant step towards enforcing regulatory standards and ensuring accountability in the state’s real estate market. With Chief Minister Revanth Reddy’s directive to implement RERA Act rigorously, stakeholders can expect greater transparency and fairness in property transactions. As the tribunal begins its operations, it heralds a promising future where consumer protection and regulatory compliance go hand in hand, setting a benchmark for other states to follow.

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